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Kameron J Moding

TitleElectronic Research Admin
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-PEDS

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    1. Johnson SL, Moding KJ. Introducing Hard-to-Like Foods to Infants and Toddlers: Mothers' Perspectives and Children's Experiences about Learning to Accept Novel Foods. Nestle Nutr Inst Workshop Ser. 2020 Nov 12; 95:88-99. PMID: 33181514.
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    2. Moding KJ, Fries LR. Feeding practices demonstrated by parents of toddlers: An observational analysis of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Appetite. 2020 12 01; 155:104825. PMID: 32777244.
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    3. Bakke AJ, Carney EM, Higgins MJ, Moding K, Johnson SL, Hayes JE. Blending dark green vegetables with fruits in commercially available infant foods makes them taste like fruit. Appetite. 2020 07 01; 150:104652. PMID: 32169594.
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    4. Hepworth AD, Moding KJ, Stifter CA. A laboratory-based assessment of mother-child snack food selections and child snack food consumption: Associations with observed and maternal self-report of child feeding practices. Food Qual Prefer. 2020 Jul; 83. PMID: 32483400.
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    5. Moding KJ, Bellows LL, Grimm KJ, Johnson SL. A longitudinal examination of the role of sensory exploratory behaviors in young children's acceptance of new foods. Physiol Behav. 2020 05 01; 218:112821. PMID: 32001305.
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    6. Moding KJ, Ferrante MJ, Bellows LL, Bakke AJ, Hayes JE, Johnson SL. Nutritional Content and Ingredients of Commercial Infant and Toddler Food Pouches Compared With Other Packages Available in the United States. Nutr Today. 2019 Nov-Dec; 54(6):305-312. PMID: 32655191.
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    7. Fries LR, van der Horst K, Moding KJ, Hughes SO, Johnson SL. Consistency Between Parent-Reported Feeding Practices and Behavioral Observation During Toddler Meals. J Nutr Educ Behav. 2019 Nov - Dec; 51(10):1159-1167. PMID: 31540865.
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    8. Johnson SL, Ryan SM, Kroehl M, Moding KJ, Boles RE, Bellows LL. A longitudinal intervention to improve young children's liking and consumption of new foods: findings from the Colorado LEAP study. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act. 2019 06 03; 16(1):49. PMID: 31159810.
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    9. Stifter CA, Moding KJ. Temperament in obesity-related research: Concepts, challenges, and considerations for future research. Appetite. 2019 10 01; 141:104308. PMID: 31158396.
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    10. Anzman-Frasca S, Paul IM, Moding KJ, Savage JS, Hohman EE, Birch LL. Effects of the INSIGHT Obesity Preventive Intervention on Reported and Observed Infant Temperament. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2018 12; 39(9):736-743. PMID: 29927795.
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    11. Moding KJ, Augustine ME, Stifter CA. Interactive effects of parenting behavior and regulatory skills in toddlerhood on child weight outcomes. Int J Obes (Lond). 2019 01; 43(1):53-61. PMID: 30026591.
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    12. Johnson SL, Moding KJ, Maloney K, Bellows LL. Development of the Trying New Foods Scale: A preschooler self-assessment of willingness to try new foods. Appetite. 2018 09 01; 128:21-31. PMID: 29842966.
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    13. Moding KJ, Ferrante MJ, Bellows LL, Bakke AJ, Hayes JE, Johnson SL. Variety and content of commercial infant and toddler vegetable products manufactured and sold in the United States. Am J Clin Nutr. 2018 04 01; 107(4):576-583. PMID: 29635494.
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    14. Bakke AJ, Stubbs CA, McDowell EH, Moding KJ, Johnson SL, Hayes JE. Mary Poppins was right: Adding small amounts of sugar or salt reduces the bitterness of vegetables. Appetite. 2018 07 01; 126:90-101. PMID: 29605517.
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    15. Stifter CA, Moding KJ. Infant temperament and parent use of food to soothe predict change in weight-for-length across infancy: early risk factors for childhood obesity. Int J Obes (Lond). 2018 09; 42(9):1631-1638. PMID: 29463917.
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    16. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Does Temperament Underlie Infant Novel Food Responses?: Continuity of Approach-Withdrawal From 6 to 18 Months. Child Dev. 2018 07; 89(4):e444-e458. PMID: 28766867.
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    17. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Temperamental approach/withdrawal and food neophobia in early childhood: Concurrent and longitudinal associations. Appetite. 2016 12 01; 107:654-662. PMID: 27622985.
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    18. Augustine ME, Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Predicting toddler temperamental approach-withdrawal: Contributions of early approach tendencies, parenting behavior, and contextual novelty. J Res Pers. 2017 04; 67:97-105. PMID: 28416889.
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    19. Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Stability of food neophobia from infancy through early childhood. Appetite. 2016 Feb 01; 97:72-8. PMID: 26612089.
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    20. Stifter CA, Moding KJ. Understanding and measuring parent use of food to soothe infant and toddler distress: A longitudinal study from 6 to 18 months of age. Appetite. 2015 Dec; 95:188-96. PMID: 26164121.
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    21. Doub AE, Moding KJ, Stifter CA. Infant and maternal predictors of early life feeding decisions. The timing of solid food introduction. Appetite. 2015 Sep; 92:261-8. PMID: 26025089.
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    22. Moding KJ, Birch LL, Stifter CA. Infant temperament and feeding history predict infants' responses to novel foods. Appetite. 2014 Dec; 83:218-25. PMID: 25173062.
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